Annual Brass Band Concert - Festival of Brass

Fri, Oct 27th 2017 at 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Returning to Yeadon for the 18th time BBC Radio 2's Frank Renton will have as his guest soloist 17 year old trombonist Isobel Daws, winner of the Young Brass Award 2017

Aireborough Rotary Club are delighted to welcome back Frank Renton and the Hepworth Band for this Festival of Brass evening.  Over the 18 years of his appearances Paul Harris Fellow Frank has helped the Club raise over £50,000 for charities at home and abroad.

Last year Frank brought the 2016 BBC young Brass Award winner Daniel Thomas to Yeadon and he is followed by his successor in 2017 trombonist Isobel Daws who plays with Stockport's Fairey Band.

The venue is Yeadon Town Hall, the concert begins at 7.30 p.m. and tickets costing £12 including programme are available from Gerald Long on 01943 884075 or mobile 0759 9557410.

By arrangement with Morrisons, Yeadon anyone attending the Concert can use their car park, almost next to the Town Hall without fear of exceeding the time limit.

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